The Brighton Festival 2019 Large Print Brochure is available to view and download via the links below. Hard copies are available on request at Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival ticket office.
Audio BrochureYou can listen to our audio brochure here
View all assisted performances online
(or click on the links on the top left of this page to view by assistance type)
Venue accessThere are over 30 Brighton Festival venues and each is a unique space. Details of access provisions can be found on individual venue pages. If you have any queries, please call the venue directly. You may also contact Brighton Festival's Visitor Services Team on 01273 261525 / 541.
Customers with a Blue Badge can park in disabled bays, pay & display bays and shared use bays in Brighton & Hove. Blue badge parking spaces on New Road have a parking limit of three hours. Church Street bays have no time limit. You may also park on a single or double yellow line for up to 3 hours as long as there is not a loading restriction (marked by strips on the kerb). You must make sure that the time disc is set to the time that you left the vehicle.
Blue Badge Parking
Car parks throughout Brighton & Hove have different policies on disabled parking. To make sure you aren't given a parking ticket you should read the signs carefully when you enter the car park. The following car parks do not charge Blue Badge holders for parking: Black Rock, Carlton Hill, Haddington Street, High Street, King Alfred, Norton Road, Oxford Court, Rottingdean Marine Cliffs & Rottingdean West Street. More information about Blue Badge parking
For further access information, email